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Fittipaldi

(ˌfɪtɪˈpældɪ)
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(Biography) Emerson. born 1946, Brazilian motor-racing driver: Formula One world champion (1972,1974)
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Fittipaldi is the grandson of two-time Formula 1 champion, Emerson Fittipaldi, one of the sport's greats.
With his title-winning performance this weekend, Fittipaldi, who is the grandson of two-time Formula 1 World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi, will have a chance to test the 919 Hybrid of WEC champions Porsche.
With his earlier title-winning performance, Fittipaldi, who is the grandson of two-time Formula 1 World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi, later took the chance to test the 919 Hybrid of WEC champions, Porsche.
The past seasons have featured names such as Harrison Newey, son of legendary F1 designer Adrian Newey, and Mick Schumacher, son of 7 time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher, Pietro Fittipaldi, grandson of Emerson Fittipaldi, leading woman driver Tatiana Calderon etc.
1972: Brazil's Emerson Fittipaldi won the Italian Grand Prix at Monza in a Lotus to clinch the world drivers' title.
The film paints a rich and detailed portrait of a trailblazer, who never gave up on his dream and fashioned a dynasty that lives on to this day, and includes contributions from Formula One stars such as Chris Amon, Mario Andretti, Alastair Caldwell, Emerson Fittipaldi, Howden Ganley, Dan Gurney, Lothar Motschenbacher and Sir Jackie Stewart.
F1 hero Emerson Fittipaldi's super car, the Fittipaldi EF7 VGT, continued to hog the limelight on the second day of the Qatar Motor Show, which began at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre on Tuesday.
1972 BRAZILIAN Emerson Fittipaldi became the youngest ever Formula 1 World Champion.
It was the start of a process that saw the former racing driver stage a number of major motor sport exhibition events in the seventies and eighties, with Formula 1 legends like Fangio and Emerson Fittipaldi coming to the city, although the Super Prix itself ended up being run by the operators of the Brands Hatch racing circuit.
Other members of the panel include Drivers' Association president Alex Wurz and two-time world champion Emerson Fittipaldi, Also on the panel are Gerard Saillant, president of the FIA institute and medical commission, Gerd Ennser chief stewards' representative; Eduardo de Freitas, World Endurance Championship race director; Roger Peart, president of the circuits commission;; and Antonio Rigozzi, a judge who sits on the International Court of Appeal.
1972: Emerson Fittipaldi of Brazil won the Italian Grand Prix at Monza in a Lotus to clinch the world drivers' title.